Re: [gardeners] Sunday in the garden (
Sun, 24 Feb 2002 22:13:30 -0600

Hi Alan,
  I'm in San Antonio, Texas.  By August we'll be able to fry an egg on the


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From: "GizmoAZ" <>
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Sent: Sunday, February 24, 2002 7:41 PM
Subject: Re: [gardeners] Sunday in the garden

> Hey CB,
> Where are you it?  Just curious.  It was a beautiful 80 degree day here
too.  I
> cleaned up all the leaves out of my rose beds and desert landscaping
around the
> Mulberry tree and the Citrus.  Planted another two flats of various
> Marigolds, Petunias, Lobelias, English Daisies, and pansies.  I have about
> flat left to go.  I plan on doing that one tomorrow.  I also mowed,
> and watered the yard.
> Now the anxious waiting and watching begins, as my garden ascends to it's
> in mid April.  Just before the wretched heat hits, and sends everything
> dormancy until fall comes around, and they recover.  I've been sitting out
> the patio relaxing, enjoying the nice evening and sunset.  What a great
day it
> has been!
> Now to take a hot bath and nurse the aches an pains, this is the 2nd day
of such
> tasks.  It's funny how all those muscles you forget about show up after
> work ;)
> --
> Chat with you later...
> -----
> Alan        Chandler, Arizona        Sunset Zone: 13
> Over 240 Roses and 150 Different varieties! Never a dull moment!!
> Check out the Garden Cams on Saturday and Sunday!
> -----
>  Psssst! Hey you! Look out! Behind you!
> wrote:
> > I hope everyone had weather as good has it was here today!  It got up to
> > 80's and with a nice breeze.  Perfect weather for working in the yard.
> >
> > Most of the trees are budding out here.  Except the Pecan trees.  They
> > always last.  Don't know why.
> >
> > CB